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Hospitality

An Ecclesiological Practice of Ministry
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ISBN-13:
9781461626541
Seiten:
82
Autor:
Freddy James Clark
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

The term hospitality describes a state of generosity, accommodation, and consideration towards others. The Shalom Church, which views hospitality as a gift, seeks not to control the gift, but to share and celebrate it in practice. When the practice is intentional it will become embedded in one's lifestyle. This adherence is reached when one considers hospitality as a biblical and moral obligation, where every encounter with the other will be viewed through the lens of hospitableness.



Fortunately, humanity always moves from host/stranger to stranger/host. In Christian theology, the giver and receiver are one of equal regard. Since there are no permanent positions in life, persons are always moving in and out of situations where they sometimes experience being the host, and other times the stranger. Hospitality becomes the means by which equal regard and moral obligation are exercised. Proclamation is the tool that shapes the practice and develops a committed relationship with hospitality.
The term hospitality describes a state of generosity, accommodation, and consideration towards others. The Shalom Church, which views hospitality as a gift, seeks not to control the gift, but to share and celebrate it in practice. When the practice is intentional it will become embedded in one's lifestyle. This adherence is reached when one considers hospitality as a biblical and moral obligation, where every encounter with the other will be viewed through the lens of hospitableness.



Fortunately, humanity always moves from host/stranger to stranger/host. In Christian theology, the giver and receiver are one of equal regard. Since there are no permanent positions in life, persons are always moving in and out of situations where they sometimes experience being the host, and other times the stranger. Hospitality becomes the means by which equal regard and moral obligation are exercised. Proclamation is the tool that shapes the practice and develops a committed relationship with hospitality.
Chapter 1 Forming a New Historical Narrative

Part 1 Foreward

Chapter 2 Hospitality is a Moral and Biblical Obligation

Part 2 Foreward

Part 3 Preface

Chapter 3 Ecclesiology and Mission: Hospitality as a Public Way of Life

Chapter 4 Hospitality as a Covenant Making

Part 4 Appendix: Who is My Neighbor? Luke 10:25–37

Chapter 5 Summary: Hospitality Findings and Proclamation